Re: rtl8192ce makes keyboard repeat and mouse freeze
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On 05/01/2012 10:49 AM, simple w8 wrote:
2012/5/1 Larry Finger<Larry.Finger@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:On 05/01/2012 08:36 AM, simple w8 wrote:SEams that was your last fix for rtl8192 http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable.git;a=commit;h=eb641120479de7ee703fabb5e6ee0ec7947474ba that reduced the wifi force, thus detecting less wifi networks. Running without that "fix" the notebook detects more wifi networks, seams like the antenna have more force.You keep talking about "antenna force". What does that mean?When i say that to refer to the machine power to capture, the power of the wifi card to detect networks.That patch keeps your device from running forever at a maximum of 1 Mbps by adjusting the initial gain of the RX amplifier. You may reverse it if you want so that you can detect more APs when you scan; however, most people prefer to get better performance from the device. That patch will not be reversed.I see.As to the problems with power saving, I cannot fix a problem if I cannot duplicate it. The locking in that section has been reviewed by several people, and there are no glaring errors. If disabling power saving makes your box work, then that is what you need to do. That is why those parameters can be set at load time.But isnt strange that the wifi driver can interfere in the keyboard when typing? and also be capable to interfere with the pointer device?
Yes, but I cannot duplicate the problem. My experience is that unless I can do that, the probability of being able to fix it is very small. For example, it could be some interaction between the bridges for the PCIe and USB adapters. If so, it would be unique to your computer. If you want to ship me the box, I could probably work it out, but for now you should just use the work around.
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